is celebrating today after winning a major national radio award from the. The client has been announced as winner of the Best National Radio Programme for his work on the. Chrissie Maher from said; “Based on public opinion, BBC Radio Five Live is fortunate in having more than its fair share of well-respected commentators, but recent addition has quickly gathered a growing fan club for his plain speaking. “I know that some of our sports commentators are probably best out in the game rather than in the studio, but has won the hearts of people on both counts. “He understands what he’s talking about and he doesn’t make a big deal about it. He goes on air just like when he is out on the field – straight to the point and no messing. ”
managing director Paul Mace said: “This award is richly deserved for. “Underneath the brash exterior is a person who takes his broadcasting duties extremely diligently and seriously. “He is always willing to learn and puts in a tremendous amount of effort to constantly improve himself. “He has a unique direct approach which proves extremely popular with the ‘man on the street’ and this is reflected with the winning of this award. “Mind you, I am sure he will now be completely unbearable. I’ve spent 25 years in the media and never won a single award for my use of English so I know I’m never going to hear the last of it from him. ”
said: “I’m completely overwhelmed. To think that a boy from Wrexham can win this award so early into my broadcasting career. “It genuinely is a great honour. Ich weiß, dass ich vielleicht an der ein oder anderen stelle über das hausarbeit schreiben within https://hausarbeit-agentur.com/ ziel hinausgeschossen bin. I love doing my radio work and know that I’ve still got an awful lot to learn. “It’s a good job it’s for plain English. If it was for plain Welsh, I would have been struggling !!!
is an independent, self–funding pressure group based in New Mills, High Peak. Since its humble beginnings it has grown to become the biggest plain language group in the world with around 50 staff. It has had incredible success in persuading many UK and worldwide organisations to communicate with the public in plain language. Listen to the latest edition of 606 –
Plain English Campaign Media Award Winners
• Web Award:
• The International Media Award: Korea Herald
• Best National Newspaper: Daily Mail
• Best Regional Newspaper: York Press
• Best National TV programme: BBC Breakfast
• Best Regional TV programme: ITV Granada Reports
• Best National Radio programme: BBC Radio Five Live 606 Robbie Savage
• Best Regional Radio Station: Rock Radio Manchester– (5-word weather report).